Gurvan Hall (Photo by Corey Bender)

Scout Has All the Recruiting Scoop After Attending Sunday's Under Armour All-America Camp in South Florida

MIAMI, Fla. -- Scout dishes out the latest recruiting scoop after attending the talent-loaded Under Armour All-America Camp in South Florida.

Gurvan Hall, 2018 Scout 300 safety, West Palm Beach (Fla.) Palm Beach Lakes

Hall has been considering making an early decision, but as time passes along, it looks like the Scout 300 safety is going to wait things out before teaming up with one lucky school.

Hall, who claims no leaders in his recruitment, is in the midst of planning visits with Mississippi StateClemson and Alabama.

Mark Pope, 2018 Scout 300 WR, Miami Southridge

Pope previously tagged hometown Miami as the clear front-runner in his recruitment, but refrained from naming a leader when meeting with him this afternoon. Pope added that the U is currently pushing for him the hardest, but also listed AuburnFlorida and Alabama as schools making him a top priority.

This Miami-Dade native hopes to make his decision by the end of spring.

Jaquan Beaver, 2018 OLB, Miami Booker T. Washington

Beaver is nowhere near the recruiting finish line, but currently has a top four (no order) of Oregon StateMiami (Fl)Kentucky and Louisville. The three-star prospect also added that he has the best relationship with the Beavers and Wildcats.

This versatile defender says LSU and Kentucky are possible visit destinations over the next couple of weeks and months.

D'Sean Perry, 2019 DE, Miami Gulliver Prep

Syracuse and nearby Florida Atlantic lead the way for this versatile pass rusher, who also holds offers from Bowling Green and Temple. However, Perry says Oregon, the lifelong favorite school, would take over that top spot if they choose to extend an offer.

Perry is equipped with an intriguing frame, and certainly caught the attention of Scout on Sunday afternoon.

Jaden Davis, 2019 CB, Fort Lauderdale (Fla.) St. Thomas Aquinas

Davis, who's really starting to skyrocket up recruiting big boards with nearly 15 offers to choose from, says Kentucky and Syracuse are the schools he currently has the best relationship with after visiting both campuses last offseason.

The St. Thomas Aquinas product is also generating heavy interest from Florida State and UCLA, so you can expect Davis to have an eventful offseason.

Davoan Hawkins, 2018 DE/OT, Hollywood (Fla.) Chaminade-Madonna

Hawkins, who's fresh off a commitment to Mark Stoops and Kentucky, is obviously two feet in with the Wildcats after announcing just under two weeks, but is also keeping that door open with National Signing Day still roughly 12 months down the road.

This physically gifted junior in the trenches says he's keeping close tabs on LouisvilleSouth Carolina and Syracuse.

Miles Jones, 2018 ATH, Plantation (Fla.) American Heritage

Jones has had the Georgia Bulldogs out front since capturing an offer back in mid-January, but says Vanderbilt is now a serious contender as well, resulting in a firm top two heading into the spring.

Kentucky and the Commodores are slated to receive visits over the spring, with Iowa also under heavy consideration for an unofficial visit. Jones is flirting heavily with the SEC at this time.

James Head, 2018 DE, Miami Southridge

A fast-rising prospect that landed an offer from Baylor over the past 48 hours, Head has always hoped to stay closer to home in order to play out his years on the collegiate level, but says Baylor is not too far from home and hopes to visit Waco to familiarize himself with campus and Matt Rhule's staff.

Mississippi StateNebraskaSouth Carolina and NC State are some of the additional schools that have served up offers to the three-star prospect.

As always, stay tuned to Scout.

John Garcia, Jr. contributed to this article.

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